Southwest Louisiana AIDS Council

The Southwest Louisiana AIDS Council is a non-profit community-based organization supported by grants from the HIV/AIDS Program of the Louisiana Office of Public Health, Department of Health and Hospitals, and Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), as well as other private and foundation funding. 

These grants provide HIV prevention and education programs, as well medical and social services to persons living with HIV and AIDS.  In addition, fundraisers, memorials, and other donations support the agency's mission. 

All of SLAC’s client services are confidential and free of charge.

                                         We are here for you. 
Message from our Executive Director regarding the Orlando shootings.


Medicaid Expansion Open Enrollment information
• Beginning June 1st - June 30,
Medicaid Applications can be completed on the 2nd floor of W.O. Moss Memorial Hospital, from 6am to 6pm (Mon. - Fri.). Rooms 211, 212, 214, and 215.

Visit our EVENTS page to keep up with the latest SLAC offerings.

CONGRATULATIONS to SLAC’s own Don Beard for making POZ Magazine’s 2015 100 Long-Term Survivors!   (December 2015 issue.)

 EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1ST, 2015:    Ryan White Part B elligibility has increased to 300% Federal Povery Guidelines.     LaHAP elligibility has increased to 400% FPG.

Food Pantry Schedule:

Tuesday - Thursday:  11am - 4pm

Southwest Louisiana AIDS Council                   1715 Common St.  Lake Charles, LA 70601                    337.439.5861